Atrium Blog

Thursday, December 23, 2021

Adam Wonus Focuses on Expansion at Atrium Management
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BY DIANE SEARSAdam Wonus met his business partner by chance. His wife, Monica, was at a charity event and an-other attendee, Michael Krause, requested a song she knew was popular with people from Ohio, where Wonus attended college. She told Krause, “You’re going to love my husband.” But most of his career has been about ...

Thursday, December 23, 2021

New “Milk Stacks” residential development planned for the Milk District
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RENDERING BY ELEVEN 18 ARCHITECTURE VIA CITY OF ORLANDOPlans have been submitted for a new 27-unit multi-family development to be built in the Milk District at the 211 S. Bumby Avenue block, just north of Lake Como and the 408.The 1.34-acre apartment project is being led by Orlando-based developer Adam Wonus, a partner in Atrium Managemen...

Monday, November 22, 2021

Milk District developer submits plans for missing middle apartments on infill lot
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By AMANDA RABINES | GROWTHSPOTTERA new apartment community is being proposed in a popular cultural hub near downtown Orlando.Whole Milk LLC, an entity led by developer Adam Wonus who is a partner at Atrium Management Company, just submitted plans to redevelop roughly 1.32 acres in Orlando’s Milk District neighborhood a block no...

Monday, November 22, 2021

HERE’S WHAT FUELED THIS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE FIRM’S GROWTH
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When Joseph Westlake founded Sight-Plan Inc. eight years ago, the property management software company consisted of just one person — Westlake — in a 50-square-foot office.Today, the Orlando-based property management has reached the 100-employee mark, with 11,000 square feet of office space in The Plaza building at 189 S. Oran...

Friday, October 15, 2021

Atrium Management Co. treats employees to a personal trainer twice a week
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BY CINDY BARTH | EditorAtrium Management Co. is a property management company with 32 Central Florida employees.The company’s top employee amenities and perks include:A professional personal trainer that comes to the office twice per week for a high-intensity functional fitness workout that’s avail- able for anyone who wants t...

Thursday, September 30, 2021

Plans and project team revealed for $41M apartment project rising near Lake Nona
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BY JACK WITTHAUS | Senior Staff WriterAn Orlando developer aims to add another project to its grow- ing portfolio in one of the hottest construction stretches in Central Florida.Atrium Management Co. wants to build a mixed-use project on 10 acres at 7445 Narcoossee Road, acc...

Friday, September 24, 2021

FAST 50 NO. 10: ATRIUM MANAGEMENT CO.
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How did the pandemic initially affect how you do business? We are very much an in-person people business, and we were forced to take a much more digital approach on all fronts. We also were concerned that our residents might be laid off or furloughed, which could have lead to higher delinquency and cash-flow issues for our property owners...

Thursday, September 2, 2021

Orlando developer close to finalizing deal with Eustis for former Waterman hospital site
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The Eustis City Commission has delayed the vote on a $65.7 million contract to convert the former Florida Hospital Waterman site into a mixed-use project with apartment buildings, a hotel and parking garage, asking the developers to “workshop” the development with the city this week.But the delay is not viewed as a major roadb...

Thursday, September 2, 2021

Atrium Management Co. to relocate HQ, build new apartments in Milk District
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A Lake Mary developer and property management firm plans to relocate its headquarters to a trendy neighborhood near downtown Orlando — and build apartments nearby. Whole Milk LLC — an entity related to Lake Mary-based Atrium Property Group LLC — bought a group of properties totaling 1.2 acres southeast of Bumby Aven...

Monday, August 23, 2021

Orlando developer close to finalizing deal with Eustis for former Waterman hospital site
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By BILL ZAFEROS | GROWTHSPOTTERThe Eustis City Commission has delayed the vote on a $65.7 million con-tract to convert the former Florida Hospital Waterman site into a mixed-use project with apartment buildings, a hotel and parking garage, asking the developers to “workshop” the development with the city this week.But the dela...

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